How might we use data in cultural ecosystems, a smart city, to establish better services for the residents?
- For/Year: Public Sector (2016-2017)
- AI/Tech: Agent-based modeling, React.js
- Design: Design Thinking & Prototyping
Cities are cultural ecosystems. The city operation can be improved and become smart through the usage of technology and data collection. To enable these smart innovations, an infrastructure of ecosystem partner (governmental and non-governmental institutions, corporate and NGOs, etc.) need to be formed to provide regulations for open data policies. This allows us to test and build use cases around the economy, mobility, security, education, living, and/or environment.
Inside Zone: Concept, design & city illustration in cooperation with Alex Wendpap - Frontend Development Ricardo Parbon
At my former company, we developed show cases for a smarter city. A descriptive environmental showcase mapped the emission rate by using remote sensing. A predictive e-mobility case simulated traffic and allowed different configurations to see the impact on specific KPIs, like emissions. We also built a prescriptive mobility case, based on agent modeling, to simulate scenarios of future mobility concepts in the suburbs.
Smart City dashboard - Mobility Simulation based on agent modeling - Concept development and execution with Alexei Volk, Alexander Vowinkel and Samuel Weinbach
My contribution was very diverse, ranging from ideating concepts, over to sketching ideas for stakeholder presentations or designing dashboard interfaces for showcases and prototyes.